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post #1 of 22 Old 04-20-2018, 03:36 PM Thread Starter
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John Deere 520 canít get parts

I made mistake of buying 520 snowblower and itís a fixer upper but my problem is that I cannot get parts as John Deere parts site is totally incorrect for parts I need. The belts listed are wrong but I got from another place. They group larger blowers in same category but the parts are not the same. I also looked up Auger break and it too is not correct. This is my immediate dilemma. I know itís old but this should not be so difficult. Anyone provide help. I have looked at generic parts for other machines and no luck.
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it would be a big help to members here if you posted your general location. i could say that bobs hardware down the street has all the jd blower parts ever made but .......

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If the machine has a more-specific model number, that might help people. For instance, an Ariens might be a 926LE, but have a model number of 924188, which would allow looking up the details of that machine (model #'s can change year-to-year).

Pictures of the machine might also help people recognize if it's compatible with something else.

And what parts are you looking for? You said auger break. You mean the auger rake, the big screw-shaped auger itself, that chews up the snow?

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H50-65497R. Is this what I am looking for?
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The auger pully break a slotted fit in pully break may come with arm as it looks like itís kinda riveted on. I will see if I can post pic
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google bantasaw and have a look around the site, they might have some of what you need. i have nothing but good things to say about them, ordered many parts and never had an issue.

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I tried them Fred said too old canít help
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H50-65497R. Is this what I am looking for?
H50 sounds to me like a Tecumseh engine model number, rather than a model number for the whole machine.

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I'm not sure if this will work, try looking for parts for a 522.

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H50 sounds to me like a Tecumseh engine model number, rather than a model number for the whole machine.
Here is part I want above the pully. I was not taking pic for this purpose at time so its not great for the part I know
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